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Keeping Procurements on Track

United Kingdom - March 4 2021 In a significant judgment (running to 152 pages), the High Court has dismissed all claims brought by an unsuccessful bidder, Bechtel Limited, in…

Charlotte Parkinson, Michael Rainey, Ryan Geldart.

A snapshot of the green paper proposals on procurement challenges - what are your views?

United Kingdom - February 4 2021 We are looking for your views on the Government's proposals to change the domestic legal framework for public procurement. Below is a one page…

Charlotte Parkinson, Jonathan Davey, Louise Dobson, Michael Rainey, Ryan Geldart.

Direct award of PPE contracts in a pandemic: lawful or unlawful?

United Kingdom - January 21 2021 In April 2020, the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care (the SoS) directly awarded a number of contracts for the supply of PPE. This meant…

Jonathan Davey, Louise Dobson, Michael Rainey.

Sustainability and Climate Change: the new public interest in procurement disputes?

United Kingdom - November 23 2020 This decision contains an important reminder of the factors considered by a Court when considering summary judgment applications and applications to…

Louise Dobson.

Are previous findings binding? - Supreme Court provides clarity on the application of res judicata

United Kingdom - November 11 2020 Secretary of State for Health & Social Care and the NHS Business Services Authority v Servier Laboratories Ltd and Others In a Judgment handed down on…

Jayd Haigh, Louise Dobson.